An InnovativeMBA CurriculumPersonalized For You

Stay ahead of the curve with our progressive MBA curriculum. Crafted with insights from professionals, alumni, and academia, it ensures you’re primed to thrive in the dynamic business world. Our approach goes beyond traditional theory, embedding the latest technological advancements, global perspectives, and industry best practices into the curriculum.

Embark on a journey through 12 transformative courses: 3 Core Business Foundations, 6 Advanced Functional Modules, 2 Specialized Electives, and a Comprehensive Capstone. With up to 25% of the curriculum customizable, you hold the reins to shape your education in line with your ambitions.

Foundation Courses

3 Foundation Courses

Dive into the fundamentals and gain a solid grasp of key concepts, principles, and tools that are vital to all areas of business.

Advanced Courses

6 Advanced Courses

Deepen your expertise with advanced courses based on the latest research, best practices, and innovative strategies to enrich your understanding

Specialization Courses

2 Specialization Courses

Personalize your learning journey with electives from a variety of highly sought-after fields, allowing you to focus on areas that align with your career aspirations.

Capstone Option

1 Captsone Option

Bring together all your learning and apply your knowledge and skills to a real-world project or in an internship, demonstrating your readiness to make an impact in the business world.

Before You Begin - Optional Bootcamps

Our Bootcamp classes are optional, ungraded workshops designed to give students without a business background (or those who just want a refresher) a strong foundation in the fundamental concepts and tools of business. These intensive, hands-on classes cover topics such as accounting, management, information systems, and economics.

By the end of the Bootcamp, students will have the skills and knowledge they need to succeed in the core MBA curriculum and beyond. The Bootcamp is also an opportunity for students to build relationships with their peers and develop a support network as they embark on their MBA journey.

Accounting Fundamentals Bootcamp

The Accounting Fundamentals Bootcamp is intended for students who do not have a background in accounting, or who may need a little refresher. This intensive weekend seminar covers a range of topics, including financial statements, balance sheets, income statements, cash flow statements, and the accounting cycle.

By the end of the workshop, students will have a solid understanding of the basic principles of accounting and be well-prepared for more advanced financial coursework.

Computer Applications Bootcamp

Our Computer Applications Bootcamp is designed to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of the software applications commonly used in business settings, including Office 365 applications such as Excel, Word, and PowerPoint, as well collaboration tools such as Microsoft Teams and SharePoint.

The Computer Applications for Business Bootcamp is ideal for students who do not have a strong background in technology, but who recognize the importance of developing such skills and want to be well-prepared to succeed in the core MBA curriculum and beyond.

Mathematics Bootcamp

Our Mathematics Bootcamp emphasizes the practical application of mathematical concepts in real-world business situations. Through practical applications of mathematical models, students learn how to analyze and solve business problems, as well as make informed decisions using mathematical tools. 

The Mathematics Bootcamp is ideal for students who do not have a strong background in mathematics, or who wish to refresh their mathematics knowledge.  By the end of the bootcamp, students will be better prepared for the quantitative aspects of the MBA program. 

Business Foundations (3 Courses)

Our MBA program includes three business foundation courses that provide a comprehensive introduction to key business concepts and tools.

Economics for Managers

The first course, “Economics for Managers,” introduces students to microeconomic theory and its applications to business decision-making. Students will learn also how to analyze global markets and make strategic decisions in the face of uncertainty.

Financial Analysis and Decision Making

The second course, “Financial Analysis and Decision Making,” covers the principles of financial statements, investment management, capital budgeting, and the financial impact of business decisions. Students will learn how to read, interpret, and use this financial information to make informed business decisions.

Applied Statistics and Research Methods

The third course, “Applied Statistics and Research Methods,” focuses on statistical and quantitative analysis as tools for business decision-making. Students will learn how to effectively collect and use data to make informed decisions, as well as how to communicate their findings effectively to others.

Advanced Functional Areas (6 Courses)

Our Advanced Business Courses build upon the knowledge and skills developed in the Business Foundations courses, providing students with the opportunity to explore specific areas of interest in greater depth. These courses cover a wide range of topics, including leadership, marketing, strategy, operations, and entrepreneurship.

Leadership and Organizational Development

The course covers a range of topics, including leadership theory, team dynamics, conflict resolution, communication, and change management. Students will learn about the latest research and best practices in leadership and organizational development, and will have the opportunity to develop their own leadership skills through a range of experiential learning activities.

Transformational Marketing

The course covers a range of topics, including consumer behavior, market research, branding, advertising, and digital marketing. Students will learn how to develop effective marketing strategies, create compelling marketing messages, and leverage the latest marketing technologies to reach and engage target audiences. The course also emphasizes the importance of ethical marketing practices and the role of marketing in driving positive social change.

Project Management

The course covers a range of topics, including project planning, scheduling, budgeting, risk management, and team leadership. Students will learn how to develop and execute project plans, manage project scope and stakeholders, identify and manage project risks, and communicate effectively with project teams and other stakeholders. The course also covers project management tools and software, including Gantt charts, critical path analysis, and project management software.

International Economics and Trade

The course covers a range of topics, including international trade theory, trade policy, foreign direct investment, and the role of institutions in the global economy. Students will learn how to analyze the benefits and costs of international trade, as well as the political and economic factors that shape trade policies around the world. They will also gain an understanding of the role of multinational corporations in the global economy, and the challenges and opportunities associated with managing businesses in a global context.

Managing Information Systems

The course covers a range of topics, including database management, system development, network infrastructure, cybersecurity, and emerging technologies. Students will learn how to develop and implement information systems strategies that align with business objectives, identify and mitigate cyber threats, and evaluate emerging technologies. The course also covers the legal and ethical considerations associated with managing information systems, as well as the importance of effective communication and collaboration between IT professionals and other stakeholders in the organization.

Business Strategy

The course covers a range of topics, including competitive advantage, industry analysis, resource allocation, and strategic implementation. Students will learn how to analyze competitive environments, develop effective business strategies, and make informed decisions about resource allocation and implementation. The course also emphasizes the importance of ethical considerations in strategic decision-making, and the role of innovation and entrepreneurship in developing successful strategies.

Select an Area of Specialization

By selecting a specialization, you can tailor your education to your specific career goals and interests, position yourself for success in a specific industry or career path, and gain a competitive edge in the job market.  

The Weinberg MBA program offers a wide range of specializations including areas such as Business Intelligence, Pharmaceutical Management, International Business, and more.  

You can also work with your academic advisor to develop a customized specialization which is relevant to your individual needs. 

International Business

Cross-Cultural Management

Global Marketing

Alliances and Negotiations

Global Finance

Pharmaceutical Management

The Healthcare Environment

Market Access

Communicating Value in the Healthcare Industry

Healthcare Data & Analytics

Business Intelligence

Big Data Analytics

Business Intelligence

Healthcare Data & Analytics

Models for Marketing Strategy

Transformational Marketing

Consumer Behavior

Global Marketing

Digital Marketing

Pricing Strategy

Financial Analysis

Investments and Portfolio Theory

Fixed Income and Risk Management

Global Finance

Organizational Systems & Change

Organizational Behavior

Leading Organizational Change

Cross-Cultural Management


Healthcare Management

The specialization in Healthcare Management begins in 2023. Applications will be accepted starting in November 2022.

Customized Specialization

Working with your advisor, you can develop your own specialization. Previous areas have included entrepreneurship, sustainability, and family enterprise management.

Select a Capstone Option

As you near the end of the MBA program, you will have the opportunity to select a Capstone Option that allows you to apply your knowledge and skills in a real-world context. There are three capstone options available: Internship, Business Case, or Free Elective.

Each Capstone Option provides students with a unique opportunity to gain valuable experience, knowledge, and connections that will help them achieve their career goals.


Students who choose the Internship option will work with their academic advisor to secure an internship at a company or organization that aligns with their career goals. They will then spend from one semester to one year working on a specific project or set of projects, gaining hands-on experience and building their professional network.

Business Case

Students who choose the Business Case option will work on a real-world business case and provide solutions to the sponsoring organization. They will work collaboratively on a team, conducting research and analysis, and presenting their findings and recommendations to the organization’s leadership. 

Free Elective

Students who choose the Free Elective option will have the opportunity to design and pursue an independent study that aligns with their personal or professional interests. This might include any elective course, conducting original research, or pursuing a creative or innovative project.

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